With the eviction close at hand, Cody explains he would prefer if Kevin were to stay in the house this week but wants the house to make the ultimate decision and not be led by his desires.
Cody and Memphis solidify an alliance calling themselves “The Commission.”
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Tyler and Bayleigh have a heart to heart and he apologizes for his treatment of her during BB20. They agree that letting the house think they hate each other while secretly helping each other
could be a winning tactic.
Kevin and Nicole agree they’d make a great final two comparing themselves to two unicorns and calling themselves “A Blessing.”
Memphis comes up with an idea for a six-person alliance telling Cody he’s going to try and circulate the idea to Tyler, Christmas, Dani, and Nicole. Cody is glad to let Memphis do the coordinating, which he does, effectively reaching out to each of the others individually.
Meanwhile, Keesha brainstorms how to get votes to stay in the house, but lets slip to Janelle that she can’t even remember Tyler’s name
Da’Vonne approaches Cody about an alliance of four with the two of them, Bayleigh, and Enzo. Cody readily agrees.
Before the eviction, Cody tries to get a sense of who the house wants out
but can’t seem to get a consensus.
During the live eviction, Julie Chen Moonves gives both Keesha and Kevin a chance to sway their fellow Houseguests. Keesha wishes “most” of her Houseguests luck in the game. Kevin says that he hopes to work with the other Houseguests moving forward.
David is the first to cast his vote
(and his first time casting a vote in the Big Brother
house altogether!) he votes to evict Keesha. Next comes Nicole A., Ian, Nicole F., Tyler, Christmas, Kaysar, Bayleigh, Da’Vonne, Janelle, Enzo, Dani, and Memphis, all of whom vote unanimously to evict Keesha.
Julie delivers the news to the Houseguests and Keesha bids the others a teary farewell before putting on her mask to join Julie outside the house for a socially distanced interview
Keesha tells Julie she felt both Cody and Enzo avoided her that final day. She watches the farewell videos wishing her well.
Next up is the Head of Household competition called “Big Brother
Watch Party” where the Houseguests watch a video and then have to correctly answer a series of questions about it. The process is repeated until an ultimate winner is left standing.
The videos are of a family attempting to watch Big Brother
together via a digital conference call. One by one the Houseguests are eliminated as Kaysar, David, Enzo, Dani, Nicole F., Christmas, Kevin, Janelle, and Ian answer incorrectly. The final question is a doozy effectively eliminating Da’Vonne, Nicole A., Tyler, and Bayleigh in one fell swoop, leaving Memphis as the victor
Finally, Julie speaks with the Houseguests congratulating Memphis as the new HOH and Janelle on being able to wear something other than the BB All-Stars
mascot costume. Julie also teases Sunday’s Safety Suite competition
saying competitors will head to the bar and need both “brains and balance” to secure safety.